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is a bright young college grad pursuing a masters in computer science. maryland authorities say he is also a stone cold killer. >> today a prince george's county grand jury returned a seven-count indictment against jason scott. >> reporter: scott was charged with murdering delores dewitt, a nurse, and her 20-year-old daughter ebony in march of 2009. >> she was a beautiful person, had a beautiful spirit. >> reporter: their charred bodies were found in a stolen car that had been set on fire. just months earlier, less than a mile from the dewitt murders, police believe that scott disarmed the security system at this home and then shot another nurse, karen lofton, as she hid in a corner. her 16-year-old daughter was repeatedly shot as she tried to dial 911. authorities believe scott, a ups employee, used his access working in a package sorting facility fo find his victims' addresses. >> his employment is a core piece of this investigation. it's going to be very critical as to how the victims and everyone was identified. >> reporter: it's unclear why he killed these women, or if he was targetin
, d.c., sweltering heat. in maryland, the mercury rose to 99 degrees. that's especially concerning, considering six people have already died there of heat-related causes this year. that's the same number for all of last year. the eastern seaboard is preparing to endure what could be the worst heat wave in decades. people are doing what they can to cool it off, water it down, sweat it out or block it out. anthony ballard plans on spending most of the week here at one of new york's 100 cooling centers. >> i have a studio where i have no air conditioner so it's really, like, necessary to be here on a hot day like today. >> it can be life saving. heat exhaustion can kill someone. >> reporter: these temperatures make kids especially vulnerable. already this year a record 19 children have died after being left in a hot car. a typical car will heat up 0 degrees in ten minutes and 30 degrees in 30 minutes. you shouldn't leave a pet or a child or anyone in a car for anytime in this weather. >> reporter: in washington, d.c. today, we measured the temperature inside this car after an hour. it
owns a maryland based company that cleans up after natural disasters. we've seen headlines of economic growth and activity. have you felt that here in your business? >> i think my employees are frustrated. i think they're scared. >> really hard to hear. and you told me earlier, with the rest of the stimulus now allocated, the census jobs now gone, what do we do? >> reporter: well, the federal reserve has a few tools if need be. but when it comes to pump taxpayer dollars back into the company, the public has similarly lost its appetite to additional stimulus. case in point, that stalemate in the senate for passing the e tension on unmroim benefit insurance that's a case there that americans say, as long as we're not falling off the cliff, we don't want to spend it. >> appreciate your reporting. >>> and the economic toll in the gulf is mounting. on day 74 now of the crisis, a troubling new prediction. forecasters say it is very clickly that oil spill will reach the waters off miami in the coming weeks, caught in that loop current and spreading up florida's east coast. this is supposed to
in the nation's capital today. people woke up to the rattling centers in germantown, maryland. the secret service said the quake was felt at the white house. we did some digging, and it's not the first time. in 1828, president john quincy adams wrote in his diary his own shock after experiencing and earthquake, when he wrote, quote, much alarmed his wife. president obama said he didn't feel the quake. shortly after, the first family left for a weekend in maine, where they strited acadia national park. the oil for now is finally stopped, and on the political front, his financial reform package finally passed. so, why such low poll numbers? jake tapper breaks it down. some democrats skr be grumbling that the public is not giving the president enough credit for all he has accomplished in such a short time. >> we will recover. the united states will emerge stronger than before. >> reporter: after all, democrats argue, 18 months into his presidency, mr. obama has chalked up a number of big victories. an $862 billion stimulus bill that many economists say staved off a depression. a major overha
's ctal people woke up to the rattling from the 3.6 magnitude quake centered in german t maryland. hitting a little after 5:00 a.m. this morning. the secret service said the quake the strongest in d.c. in more than 35 years, was felt at the white house. we did some digging,t's nhe adams wrote in his diary his own shock after experiencing an earthquake, which he wrote, quote, much alarmed his wife. president obama said he didn't feel the quake. in fact, shortly after, the first family left for a weekend in maine, where they visited acadia national park. their getaway comes after the president marked quite a week in washington. the oil for now is finally stopped, and on the political front, his financial reform so, why suc jake tapper breaks it down. >> reporter: some democrats have been grumbling that the public is not giving the president enough credit for all he has accomplished in such a shor >> we will rebuild. we will recover. the united states will emerge stronger than before. >> reporter: after all, democrats argue, 18 months into his presidency, mr. obama has chalked up a number of
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